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. using company documents to bolster their case, justice department lawyers says the deal will lead to higher prices for popular beers like budweiser and corona. anheuser-busch inbev says it is still confident the deal will go through. as darren gersh reports, the fight could be a sign more mergers will face a tougher time in washington. >> reporter: the justice department is not quite ready for a two-pack of brewers to control almost half the american beer market. in a statement announcing a lawsuit to block anheuser-bush inbev's $20 billion deal for mexican brewer modelo, assistant attorney general bill baer says >> if abi fully owned and controlled modelo, a.b.i. would be able to increase beer prices to american consumers. this lawsuit seeks to prevent a.b.i. from eliminating modelo as an important competitive force in the beer industry. anheuser-busch was not deterred, saying: >> we remain confident in our position, and we intend to vigorously contest the justice department's action in federal court. >> reporter: the proposed merger between the largest and third largest beer mak
airlines and us airways are announcing a merger. >> it will likely mean fewer seats and higher prices for all. >> we did not intentionally burn down that cabin to get mr. dorner out. >> he could have come out the back door with his hands out and waved a white flag. he decided to stay in there. >> now we hear from the couple that dorner held hostage. >> he said i just want to clearly name. >> he laid out in his state of the union address. >> all that -- >> a boxer has been suspended for taking a dive. he wasn't even close. >> whatever you're getting your wife, send it to her jom in front of her co-workers. >> -- and all that matters -- >> to show their support in stopping the sequester. >> we need to find solutions. we can't just sit here and bitch. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> don't worry, senator rubio, nobody noticed that you gave a speech. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." charlie rose is off today, so james brown is with us. and we're glad he's here. we start with some breaking news. olympic track star and double amputee oscar pistorius is under arres
and they wanted to use the gun they just dropped the side of the cottage. why did you steal this? why did you pinch it? because it happened to be german and we were-- don't forget, we were deprived of many things by the occupying forces. because of our patriotism, we listened illegally to crystal sets, on the crystal sets. now, that could've got you into terrible trouble, couldn't it? well, early on you could be deported for that kind of thing. yes, yes. so it was quite astonishing to feel that, you know we were actually-- there is a contact from the outside behind the barbed wire. i understand. of course. because you can't imagine what jersey was like if you weren't here with barbed wire all around the coast and mine fields. now, you must've been around of course, on liberation day. i was indeed. and what happened to you, then? i was in my clogs because we didn't have shoes. we'd run out of shoes. and myself and a pal we decided to go across the harbor to the ss vega, which was the swedish ship that had brought us much-needed red cross parcels. so we made our way arou
to get verizon fios quantum america's fastest, most reliable internet. so that's what you used to have... okay. and that's fios. wow, this is crazy fast, almost unbelievable. [ male announcer ] that will put some gas in the old tank lindsay. supercharge your internet speeds. switch to fios and we'll triple your speed for free with an upgrade to fios quantum. living life at quantum speed, call the verizon center for customers with disabilities that's powerful. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> this is wjz tv, baltimore. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood, now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >>> the pope steps down. for the first time in 600 years, the leader of the catholic church resigns from his post. >> tonight, catholics around the world look to the vatican for answers. >>> hello, everybody. >> here's what people are talking about tonight. >> 1 billion catholics are shocked by the departure of pope benedict the 16th. he says he does not have the energy to continue. wjz is live and we have the impact on the cathol
's attorney says his online use blames a sick fantasy, not a murder plot. who can blame you, says the defense attorneys, it is the stuff of horror fiction, but like horror fiction, it is not true. >> have you heard him talk about anything like this? >> nope. >> reporter: there's never been any sort of discussion about cannibalism? >> never. >> and a forensic psychologist said this is possible that this was all fantasy. >> typically, the individuals i have encountered that have actually engaged in serial murders or engaged in cannibalism, don't really write about it. >> reporter: but prosecutors say valle was ready to act. in evidence, this conversation with a coconspirator. how big is your oven? valle says, big enough to fit in one of these girls if i cut their legs. >> and the most serious is conspiracy to commit kidnapping which carries a sentence of a maximum of life in prison. the trial is expected to last about two weeks. >>> wjz is following a developing story from north baltimore. more than a dozen hopkins employees are hospitalized.
of us. there it is. it's all the form of rain right now. and it's headed generally in our direction. the issue becomes what is the temperature going to be like tomorrow night. it looks like it's going to be cold enough for us to get some wet snow in the region. with a look at that and what that means for the east, we have bernadette woods in the outback. bernadette? >> that's right. going into this storm, the ground is warm. we're going up to 40 degrees tomorrow. and this is going to come in the form of rain. but as we head through the afternoon and evening hours, it's going to change over to snow. now, when the sun sets, it's our chance at a sloppy accumulation around here. and this is what we're thinking, as far as accumulation goes. for most of the metro area, this is about a coating to maybe an inch. it's those extreme northern tier counties, we could see 1 to maybe upwards of 3 inches of snow. again, this is going to be a quick mover, coming through tomorrow night. getting out of here thursday morning. but it could cause a small accumul
wjz is live at city police headquarters. mike hellgren stays on this investigative story for us. >> reporter: and police released the name of that instructor, william scott kern. they released it a little more than an hour ago. he has worked for the department for almost two decades. the fraternal order of police has praised his work. the state's attorney says he is closely monitoring the investigation under way. >> reporter: wjz is getting answers to some of the many questions surrounding the shooting of an officer during training at the state-owned rosewood hospital site in baltimore county. sources tell wjz, at the time, more than 1 dozen officers were undergoing training there by two baltimore city police instructors. those sources revealed, after lunch, one instructor decided to resume training before the other returned. wjz has learned that violates police policy. instructors are supposed to check for service weapons before training. as we first reported, sources say it was after the lunch break when someone present confused his servic
on his clothing. police say carter used the victim's atm card several times to buy cigarettes and other items. >> thank you. police say the victim and the suspect did know each other. >>> crime is just one of topics being covered by major stephanie rawlings blake in her annual state of the city address. the mayor says the economy and money issues remain the biggest problem for the city to deal with. >> our city faces serious structural deficits between slow growing revenues and faster growing expenses. without corrective action this shortfall totals nearly $750 million over 9 years. the put that number into perspective it's more than what we spend on police, fire, health and recreation and parks annually. >> wjz will have much more on the state of the city address coming up on eyewitness news at 5:00. >>> 3 days later and people across much of the northeast are still digging out from the historic blizzard. long island got hammered. some places got more than 30 inches of snow. michelle miller reports from smith town. >> this is what a 32 mile stretch of the long island expressway looked
, and steve wynn are with us. >>> new news from the cruise ship and country star kari underwood. >> but we begin this morning with todday's "eye opener," your world in 09 seconds. >> a manhunt comes to an end. >> a man thought to be christopher dorner inside a cabin. >> one of our deputies passed away. >> that cabin eventually went up in flames. >> charred human remains were found inside. police still don't know for certain whether it was christopher dorner. >> until christopher dorner is & identified as deceased or hae has handcuffs on him, we're still going to continue as if he's out there. >> the president of the united states. >> president obama delivered his fifth state of the union address. >> the greatest nation on earth cannot keep continuing biz interest drifting from one manufacturer to the next. >> they deserve a vote. gabby giffords deserved a vote. the families of newtown deserve a vote. >> senator marco rubio gave the republican response. >> nothing has frustrated me more than that. >> he was a little tense nervous drinking water through his speec
was originally from roanoke, virginia. her mother, a retired judge. used to see crime from the -- the other side. diane strickland heard all of the evidence from the 2007 school massacre n. a statement, the stricklands say their beautiful daughter was murdered. and they appreciate the thoughts and prayers. meanwhile, police are not reporting any leads. >> the bodies were burned pretty badly. and our arson unit is continuing to work with the fire department's fire investigation bureau. >> reporter: but wjz has learned police are looking into the background of each victim, hoping it helps lead them to a motive. >> and a neighbor tells me that police were out there, questioning some people that live in nicole's neighborhood. adding to this mystery, it appears appears that neither of the victims has anything serious on their criminal record. reporting live at city police headquarters tonight, adam may, wjz eyewitness news. >> adam, thank you. >>> if you have any information, please call city police. >>> well, right now, baltimore city police are looking fo
an underground nuclear test. a magnitude 5.1 earthquake was detected not far from the site the north used to conduct a similar test in 2009. seismologists say the tremors are consistent with underground explosions. now the condemnation from the international community was swift. president obama called the test highly provocative and said it threatens u.s. security and international peace. lucy craft is in tokyo with more this morning. good morning, lucy. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. the u.n. security council is going to be holding an emergency session today on measures to deal with the north korean nuclear test. and here in japan, prime minister abe, of course, coming out strongly condemning this as a provocative act. he's called on his advisers to come up with possible unilateral sanctions that japan can't oppose. it was only two months ago that a missile was fired from north korea. it went over part of southern japan. so the concern is that this latest test moves north korea closer toward creating a nuclear weapon. hours after the underground blast was d
and ballistic missile program constitutes a threat to u.s. national security and to international peace and security. north korea has been warning for weeks that it was about to test its nuclear arsenal. on tuesday morning it exploded a bomb in a facility one kilometer underground near the same location of its nuclear test in 2006 and 2009. >> there is concern that they could come up with a delivery system for their nuclear weapons. >> reporter: last week the u.s. and south korean navies launched military drills in the region as a show of force. north korea's test demonstrates a significant split from its main patron, china. recently beijing warned leader kim jong-un against any weapons tests. >> they've said publicly that there would be real consequences for north korea. what those consequences are we have to see, but i suspect it's going to be more than an angry lettered. >> reporter: china is one of the few countries supporting north korea's fragile economy and could respond by cutting financial aid. this latest test may provide evidence of the strength of nort
are updating the temperatures for us. >> our normal high is in the 40s. take a look at the numbers they just jumped one degrees, 53 in oakland. but they had sun. 50 in pax river, ocean city at 54. temperatures right now running 14 degrees warmer than yesterday. 20degrees warmer in cumberland and 23 degrees warmer in patuxin. tomorrow will be cooler but we'll see a lot of sunshine on tap on your tuesday. so how have we done rain wise? >> we're going to bring you up to date on our numbers. for the season we're at 4.6 inches. last season for the entire season, we only received 1.8- inches of snow. the average around baltimore is 20.1-inches and most of us will never forget the record season just three years ago of 77- inches. whether you liked that season or didn't like it. we are way below even our average but we do have two chances for snow coming this week. we'll have that forecast coming up. back inside. >> keep them small. please. >>> mayor stephanie blake proposes some big changes in her state of the state address. the mayor hazarded the
training game is a week from saturday. >>> a clear scan for us this day start. we've got a cold front sitting out to the west and that is going to bring us some rain later and as chilly air infuses into the atmosphere, some snow showers during the over night. here's the rub. there's going to be area of low pressure tomorrow morning. it is going to swing out the sea quickly. there's going to be another heavy snowstorm and mixed precipitation event through out -- from long island through new england. the question is here, what's the impact going to be tomorrow morning. we will explain that after the break. today just showers this afternoon coming home from school and work, i think more work than school, with a high of 53 degrees. it's going to be very pleasant this afternoon. >>> ron how are you? are you protecting this house? >> reporter: i am protecting this house. >> nice. >> reporter: i will i will. >> very good . >> reporter: we're at harbor east this morning. it really is a pleasant morning. the brand new underarmor store will open tomorrow morning. a lot of stuff going on at ha
the passengers lived in squalid conditions with no running water, forcing them to use the restroom in red plastic bags. >> we tried to keep our spirits high by being goofy while aboard using a port-a-potty, basically. >> reporter: the ceo was here to welcome back the passengers and apologize. >> we pride ourselves on great vacations, and clearly we failed in this particular case. >> reporter: some were appreciative of the apology. >> i felt like it was sincere. >> reporter: but few seemed eager to take carnival up on the offer of a free cruise. the "triumph" will head to the shipyard for an assessment. one of the main complaints the passengers had was what they called a lack of communication. they said they simply weren't getting enough information as to what was actually going on. as far as the staff is concerned, though, every passenger we spoke with said that the staff did an incredible job trying to help out under very difficult circumstances. anne-marie? >> ines ferre in mobile, alabama. thank you. >>> in california, the remains in a burned out cabin have been pos
us there is evidence adam lanza was obsessed with anders breivik, the killer in a massacre in norway in 2011 where 77 people died, and they say they know why lanza chose sandy hook elementary. the shooter in the sandy hook elementary school massacre may have taken his inspiration from a mass murder that took place in norway a year and a half ago. investigators tell cbs news that 20-year-old adam lanza saw himself in direct competition with anders breivik. [ screams ] >> reporter: breivik killed 77 people in july of 2011. eight died in a bombing near a government center in oslo, 16 others were shot at a teen camp on a nearby island. our sources indicate landers was obsessed with breivik and was trying to top the oslo shooter's body count. the shooting spree started with a murder of his mother that morning and then headed to sandy hook elementary where he killed 20 children and six adults. investigators say he picked the newtown, connecticut, school because it was the easiest target with the largest cluster of people. lanza was an experienced marksman. he
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